Belize - Travel Guide
Home of the longest barrier reef in the Western hemisphere, second longest in the world, and the largest ancient classical Mayan ruins of Caracol, Belize offers a vacation deal unlike any other.
The only nation in Central America with English as their official language, Belize encapsulates all the beauty of the region, however it is the accessibility of a wide variety of experiences that makes a trip to this country an unforgettable experience. You can begin the day wandering through the numerous Mayan villages or ruins. Then, in the early afternoon, explore the caves underground as you go spelunking even if you’ve never done it before. Your afternoons can be spent floating lazily down rivers, navigating white water rapids or taking advantage of the spectacular fishing. For those looking for the nightlife, it can be found, however, the best way to take advantage of the hours after dark is a traditional nightdive along the Belize Barrier Reef where the coral and sea life come alive. If you want something a little more laid back then do just that. Stargazing is unparalleled here thanks to low population densities and breathtaking vistas.
I took a tour of this resort....didn't stay there but would love to. Located right on the scenic Belize River Black Orchid Resort is open, airy and the
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